Welcome to Club London!

Club London, the capital’s newest and most luxurious members club, is located in the West Stand of the newly-reconfigured Stadium, beautifully constructed to deliver the best hospitality and entertainment experiences available across the globe.  

Each of Club London’s restaurants, lounges and bars has been refined with bespoke interiors inspired by West Ham's rich heritage and the triumphs rooted in the stylish East End.    

And now, as the intricate, state-of-the-art fit out nears completion, supporters can enjoy a first glimpse of Club London for themselves. 

First launched in September 2014, seasonal Club London packages sold out many months ago and Vice-Chairman Karren Brady believes the demand is testament to the quality of the exceptional product on offer. 

The Vice-Chairman said: “In recent weeks it’s been hugely rewarding to see our vision for the new Stadium coming into fruition from the stunning Stadium Store to the giant iconic shirts on the concourses and I am particularly thrilled with the Club London lounges. I have pored over every detail of each space from floor to ceiling personally selecting each fixture and fitting.                        

”Of course we’ll have to wait a few more weeks to see all the final touches and experience the lounges in  full West Ham mode but you can already get a sense of the world-class hospitality we are offering to our supporters. 

“My Board and I are hugely proud to be able to offer a significantly improved match day experience to all the Club’s loyal fans whether they are dining in Club London or getting in early to enjoy our fantastic catering on the concourse.” 
In recent weeks it’s been hugely rewarding to see our vision for the new Stadium coming into fruition and I am particularly thrilled with the Club London lounges
Among the images released today, (Thursday), is a sneak peak of The Arnold Hills, a relaxed and cultured private dining club named in honour of the Hammers’ visionary founder. 

With its brushed copper finishes and deep claret upholstery, the traditional design celebrates the craftsmanship of the Thames Ironworks Shipbuilding Company, where Hills was Managing Director. 

Of the notable features, the famous crossed hammers sit proudly on display, here comprising of half crowns, the fee for a year's playing membership of Thames Ironworks FC in 1895.     

The Royal East, meanwhile, is a contemporary lounge celebrating the triumphs rooted in East London and played host to HM the Queen and family during the 2012 Olympic Games.  

The walls are adorned with West Ham’s glorious past, not least the Hammers’ three home-grown heroes of 1966. The space also pays homage to the advent of the West Ham Way, and the trophies and trips to Wembley that duly followed in the 1960s and beyond.

Elsewhere, supporters will be keen to note the individual tributes paid to the legendary figures and record breakers Vic Watson and Billy Bonds in The Forge.
The late Watson’s haul of 326 goals for the Club has never been surpassed, while Bonds, similarly, stands alone, boasting 799 appearances in West Ham’s Claret and Blue. 
The Great Briton, meanwhile, showcases Olympic medals and football accolades, celebrating the British champions of London 2012 as well as the West Ham players and managers who earned major honours.
Light and sophisticated in style, The Great Briton is lit by stunning floor to ceiling glazing. Members can enjoy panoramic views of London’s other celebrated architectural feats, including that of the Gherkin and The Shard.
Finally, Hammers fans will like the look of The Boleyn bar, the greatest-ever West Ham bar, and just seconds from the pitch. Designed with the diehard supporter in mind, the walls are decked in Claret and Blue, with the West Ham wording ‘Come on you Irons’, ‘Up the Hammers’ and ‘I’m forever blowing bubbles’ making its presence felt.

Likewise, The Academy combines the atmosphere and warmth of a traditional pre-match haunt, while celebrating the Hammers’ world-renowned Academy of Football. On the walls sit striking portraits of the most famous Academy graduates, right from its founding fathers like Malcolm Allison, all the way through to the current custodian of the captain’s armband, Mark Noble.
The Club look forward releasing images of the Executive Boxes and the BM6 Lounge when the West Ham fit out is fully complete and will be holding a reception for the players featured in the lounges later this summer where they will get an exclusive tour of all Club London lounges and bar.
With two months to go until the Hammers kick-off their tenure at the former Olympic Stadium, there are, naturally, still finishing touches to be applied and a great deal more for the supporters to see.
Thursday’s Club London reveal comes hot on the heels of the latest installation of giant model shirts on the new Stadium concourse. World Cup winners Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters are the latest to be honoured, alongside Sir Trevor Brooking, Bonds and, courtesy of his Hammer of the Year accolade, Dimitri Payet.
As has been the Club's commitment to supporters from the outset, West Ham will celebrate its heroes of yesteryear throughout the Stadium, with six such shirts already in situ around the world-class arena.  
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